Summer School 2022
Robotics & AI

4-6 July 2022 - Online event

Register here

until May 16th

Place and registration

This event will be held 100% online. Access to all the talks and content is free.

Intended audience

Students, master students, PhD Researchers, Industry and Academia practitioners

Using IRI Laboratories

For those interested, IRI can offer a stay in our centre to use our laboratories in the framework of the TERRINET project.

Requirements

PC + Ubuntu 18.04 + ROS Melodic

About us

The main objective of the Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Summer School 2022 is to disseminate robotic knowledge and experimentation to the technological community. Three days with an intensive agenda in current main robotic issues will be presented: Deep learning perception on Robotics, Human Robot Interaction and robot navigation and Assistive Robotics. The Summer School will include experimentation sessions.

Important dates

Registration: May 16th

Notification of admission: May 20th

Summer School: July 4-6

Summer School Schedule

[Updated: May 16th]

Presentation and welcome

Alberto Sanfeliu

08:45h - 09:00h

TBD

Alberto Sanfeliu

09:00h - 10:00h

Perceiving Humans in 3D

Grégory Rogez

10:00h - 11:00h

Break, 11:00h - 11:15h

Deep human modeling from single images

Francesc Moreno

11:15h - 12:15h

Neural Rendering

Albert Pumarola

12:15h - 13:15h

Break, 13:15h - 14:15h
Networking activity, 14:15h - 15:15h

Workshop. Practical use of a simple CNN

Sergi Hernández, Fernando Herrero and Alejandro López

15:15h - 17:30h

Robots in assistive applications

Guillem Alenyà

09:00h - 10:00h

Robot motion learning

Adrià Colomé

10:00h - 11:00h

Break, 11:00h - 11:15h

Cognitive Human–Robot Collaboration. The Assembly Task Case

Cecilio Angulo

11:15h - 12:15

Grasps and manipulation primitives for cloth manipulation

Júlia Borràs

12:15h - 13:15h

Break, 13:15h - 14:15h

Towards Personalization and Adaptation in Socially Assistive Robotics

Silvia Rossi

14:15h - 15:15h

Unsupervised learning for human activity segmentation and recognition

Mariella Dimiccoli

15:15h - 16:15h

Virtual tour: Perception and manipulation Lab

Sergi Foix

16:15h - 17:15h

Experimentation in Social HRI

Anaís Garrell

09:00h - 10:15h

Event-based vision for Robotics

Juan Andrade

10:15h - 11:00h

Engineering Humanoid Robots for 24/7 Personal Assistance

Tamim Asfour

11:00h - 12:00h

Break, 12:00h - 12:15h

Lie theory for the roboticist

Joan Solà

12:15h - 13:45h

Break, 13:45h - 14:45h

Workshop. Robot navigation and exploration

Sergi Hernández, Fernando Herrero and Alejandro López

14:45h - 16:30h

Conference Speakers

Guillem Alenyà

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Juan Andrade-Cetto

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Cecilio Angulo

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Tamim Asfour

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Júlia Borràs

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Adrià Colomé

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Mariella Dimiccoli

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Sergi Foix

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Anaís Garrell

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Sergi Hernández

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Fernando Herrero

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Alejandro López

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Francesc Moreno

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Albert Pumarola

Meta, Switzerland

Grégory Rogez

Naver Labs Europe, France

Silvia Rossi

Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

Alberto Sanfeliu

IRI, CSIC-UPC

Joan Solà

IRI, CSIC-UPC


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